Monthly Archives: September 2011

Harley Topper Scooter Ad – The Smartest Distance Between Two Points

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1924 Harley Winter Sports Motorcycle Sidecar Ad

  Winter Sports! SKATING, skiing, tobogganing, ice boating — there’s a thrill in each, but none of these can match the sport of winter motorcycling on a 1924 Harley-Davidson! Speeding with the snowflakes, over trails or roads, with a pal … Continue reading

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1931 Harley Motorcycle Repairmen Patrol City Streets

  HEADLIGHT REPAIRMEN PATROL CITY STREETS If a San Francisco motorist on the road at night sees a white-clad motorcyclist draw alongside and hold up his hand, it does not mean that he is to be handed a summons. The … Continue reading

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Raymond Courtney’s Streamlined Custom 1938 Motorcycle

  Constructs Novel Motorcycle POWERED by a four-cylinder motor, a motorcycle constructed by Raymond Courtney, of Lansing, Mich., features a specially designed, streamlined sheet-metal body which is said to increase road speed about 20 m.p.h. Sections of the body are … Continue reading

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1933 Motorcycle Racer Mask

  CYCLISTS’ MOLDED MASKS For races on cinder tracks, daredevil New York motorcyclists wear grotesque masks to protect their faces against flying particles from the wheels of each other’s machines. The racers dip the masks in water to soften them … Continue reading

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